The description and use of an ordinary joynt-rule fitted with lines
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The description and use of an ordinary joynt-rule fitted with lines for the ready finding the lengths and angles of rafters and hips, and collar-beams in any square or bevilling roofes at any pitch, and the ready drawing the architrave, freize and cornice in any order. With other useful conclusions by the said rule. By John Browne

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Published by printed for William Fisher at the Postern Gate near Tower-Hill in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mathematical instruments -- Early works to 1800

Book details:

Edition Notes

GenreEarly works to 1800
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1963:9
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 29, [1] p., 4 leaves of plates
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17097418M

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By Joachim Schuym of Amsterdam. Translated Out of Dutch by W.F. Hereunto is Added The Description and Use of an Ordinary Joynt-rule Fitted Wit Lines for the Ready Finding the Lengths and Angles of Rafters, and Hips and Collar-beams in Any Square Or Bevelling Roof at Any Pitch, and the Ready Drawing the Architrave, Frize, and Cornice in Any Order. Translated Out of Dutch by W.F. Hereunto is Added The Description and Use of an Ordinary Joynt-rule Fitted Wit Lines for the Ready Finding the Lengths and Angles of Rafters, and Hips and Collar-beams in Any Square Or Bevelling Roof at Any Pitch, and the Ready Drawing the Architrave, Frize, and Cornice in Any Order. Full text of "The mirror of architecture, or, The ground-rules of the art of building, exactly laid down by Vincent Scamozzi, master-builder of Venice ; with the description and use of a joint-rule by John Brown ; whereunto is added, a compendium of the art of building by William Leyburn. Bid Live on Lot in the Christmas Library & Country House Fine Art Auction at Bishton Hall. WEBCAST ONLY Auction from Hansons Auctioneers and Valuers.

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